SB 1454 which Governor Brewer signed on June 14, 2013 became law on Friday with the some changes due to a lawsuit (consent agreement). Information on the sections of the bill that will not become law on September 13th, as well as the section that will become law are listed below.Read more...
Arizona HOA Laws
Governor Brewer signed Senate Bill 1454 (previously HB2371) which will go into effect on September 13, 2013 along with the other bills that passed this session. Details regarding this bill are below:Read more...
As of today, June 14, 2013 at 12:59 am, Arizona’s 51st Legislature First Regular Session has adjourned!
Any legislation that has not been signed or vetoed by Governor Brewer at this time must be signed or vetoed by June 26, 2013, or it will automatically become law. Bills that become law will become effective on September 13, 2013 unless a bill contains an emergency clause or delayed effective date.Read more...
SB 1302 – This bill was signed by Governor Brewer on April 30, 2013 and will become law 90 days after the end of this legislative session.Read more...
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Links to HOA Related Bills
The 2013 session has ended and all bills signed by the Governor went into effect September 13, 2013.
If introduced in the House of Representatives, the bill begins with HB.
If introduced in the Senate, the bill begins with SB.
Please note that the bill sponsors are listed on the cover of each bill under “Introduced by”.
Please visit the Arizona State Legislature website at http://www.azleg.gov/ for more information regarding the 2013 session. We will provide updates and notifications as we become aware of them.
To check the status of a bill, go to http://www.azleg.gov and in the top right hand corner of the home page type in the applicable bill (e.g. HB2460) and hit enter. The next page that appears will give you a bill overview, a list of the sponsors, the bill versions and the applicable calendar for the bill’s journey through the legislative process.